1 Rayohna Sagapolu
Rayohna  Sagapolu

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Ceres, Calif.

High School:
Ceres HS

Height:
5-7

Position:
Infielder

Experience:
HS


05/08/2018

Softball Can’t Overcome Early Deficit In 9-4 Loss At Nevada

SJSU was down 5-0 after one inning and could never get back in the game.

05/01/2018

Softball At Utah State For Final Regular Season Series

SJSU is in second place in teh Mountain West entering the weekend.

04/22/2018

Softball Drops Series Finale At CSU

The Spartans took two out of three from the Rams over the weekend.

04/21/2018

Late Surge Propels Softball To 11-4 Victory

In the first two games of the series, the Spartans have outscored the Rams 31-8.

04/19/2018

Softball Travels To Colorado State For Weekend Series

Since SJSU joined the Mountain West, the visiting team has won the season series between the Spartans and Rams.

SPARTAN NOTES: In her first year as a Spartan.

HONORS

Academic
2018
Academic All-Mountain West


2018: Appeared in 38 games with 34 starts all but two at third base…her other two starts were as the designated player versus Indiana (2/10) and at first base against South Dakota (2/16)…batted .183 (15-for-82) with eight runs and five RBIs…had an on base percentage of .309 and slugged .220…had two multi-hit games – against Oregon (2/25) and at Boise State (3/23)…lone multi-RBI game was against UNLV (3/31)…had three extra base hits, all doubles – against San Diego State (3/18), and twice against UNLV (3/30 & 3/31)…scored a season-high two runs at Colorado State (4/20) and also earned a season-best two walks in the game…had a season best seven-game hitting streak (from 3/29-to-4/14)…defensively had 52 putouts, 77 assists and eight errors…made one relief appearance in the circle – versus Iowa State (2/18)…tossed one inning and gave up one hit. (Game-by-Game Stats)

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2017 graduate of Ceres (Calif.) High School…a four-year letterwinner (coach Ashley Nicolich)…a four-time first team All-Western Athletic Conference (WAC) performer…a four-time WAC champion who led her team to the 2016 Sac-Joaquin Section Division III championship…earned 2017 WAC Most Valuable Player honor while batting .645 with five homers, six doubles, 21 RBIs and 14 runs…2016 All-WAC performer…a second-team All-WAC honoree in basketball.

RAYOHNA: Majoring in nursing with a minor in biological science…hopes to pursue a career as a registered nurse…the daughter of Rayma and John Sagapolu…Rayohna Sagapolu is a native of Castro Valley, Calif.